UPDATE: MDOT has cancelled pothole patching along I-696, I-75 and US24 due to rain. Work will resume over the weekend.
DETROIT, MI – MDOT is working as quickly as possible to make repairs to pavement on I-696, I-75 and US-24. The following will be areas affected by those repairs today, Friday February 23rd, 2018:
I-696 in Oakland:
– WB I-696 from 75 to Woodward and NB/SB 75 RAMPS CLOSING TO WB 696 7am-7pm:
7am-9am 2 right lanes open, 2 left closed (75 ramps closed)
9am-3pm ONLY RIGHT LANE OPEN, 3 left closed (75 ramps closed)
3pm-7pm 2 right lanes open, 2 left closed (75 ramps closed)
I-696 in Macomb:
– EB I-696 from Dequindre to Mound:
7:30am-7pm Two left lanes open, 2 right closed
7:30am-3pm Dequindre ramp to EB 696, ramp closed
I-75 in Oakland:
– SB I-75 from Adams and Crooks:
7am-7pm ONLY LEFT LANE OPEN, 2 right closed
US-24/Telegraph in Oakland:
– No Friday work – all lanes open
– Resumes Saturday
Contracted crews repairing the worst of the pavement on I-696, I-75, and US-24 (Telegraph), during dry days while county crews continue patrolling for potholes. Work occurs during am and pm rush to get as much done during dry weather. At times, only 1 lane open.
EB I-696 between US-24 and I-94 repaired first, followed by WB 696 from Dequindre to US-24.
I-75 between 12 Mile and Coolidge, SB is being done first, followed by NB.
US-24 between Long Lake and Orchard Lake, SB will be repaired first, followed by NB.